Bidet Taps and Mixers
Single Lever Monobloc Bidet Mixers are the easiest to use as they have the simple ability to temperature mix and adjust the flow with one lever, at the back of the bidet mixer is a pop up waste control rod to let the water out of the bidet bowl.
They are all designed to fit in a 35mm hole and will generally need a high pressure to be functional.
Two Handled Monobloc Bidet Mixer are not that good to use as mixing the water can be cumbersome and you have to have an even pressure to really be able to get a good temperature, Not a good area to be burnt or frozen
Again a 35mm hole is needed in the bidet and higher pressures required.
Three Holed Bidet Mixers are mainly traditional in design and were very commonplace a few years ago but are some what hard to come by nowadays the idea is that a jet was mounted in the ceramic bowl of the bidet itself which was connected to the hot and cold tap, in the center of the hot and cold taps was the pop up waste device.